2 edition of Illustrated history of the old log-bridge across Lake Memphremagog at the The Narrows found in the catalog.
Illustrated history of the old log-bridge across Lake Memphremagog at the The Narrows
John McNab Currier
1917 in Newport, Vt .
Written in English
|Statement||by John MacNab Currier.|
|LC Classifications||F59.N55 C9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||22019774|
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Illustrated history of the old log-bridge across Lake Memphremagog at the "The Narrows" (). Uriah Jewett and the sea serpent of Lake Memphemagog (). Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago.
This image depicts a pastoral scene on Lake Memphremagog, situated between Newport, Vermont and Magog, Quebec, Canada. In the scene two men accompany their cattle across the small bridge. The name Memphremagog is derived from Algonkian and means “where there is a big expanse of water.” The lake’s surface covers square miles.
Others recall the lake's Native past: Indian Point, Magog, Wigwam Point One of two surviving covered bridges in Quebec to cross a lake still spans the Narrows of Fitch Bay, the long northeast arm of Lake Memphremagog.
Famous St-Benoît-du-Lac Abbey overlooks Memphremagog. NEWPORT — Georgeville Press has announced the upcoming release of Memphrémagog: An Illustrated History / Une histoire illustrée, written by Louise Abbott. The book will be the first landscape history of Lake Memphremagog and its surroundings.
The book launch will take place August 9 in Newport. Abbott spent three years doing meticulous archival research, on-site. On Ja Toronto resident with a cottage on Lake Memphremagog revealed two “discoveries” that may change North American history.
Lake Memphremagog, about 65 miles ( kilometres) southeast of Montreal, is a long narrow lake about 27 miles long and four miles wide (45 kilometres long and 7 kilometres wide) that straddles the.
A log bridge is a timber bridge that uses logs that fall naturally or are intentionally felled or placed across streams. The first man-made bridges with significant span were probably intentionally felled trees. The use of emplaced logs is now sometimes used in temporary bridges used for logging roads, where a forest tract is to be harvested and the road then abandoned.
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We were staying in a cabin on the US part of the lake and couldn’t wait to get out on the lake. Took a very nice boat ride on the US part but didn’t have time to go through customs to go the length of the lake.
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